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Gov. Abbott: No Laws I Signed Had Any Intersection With Shooting

Mark Levin

01:44 min | 2 months ago

Gov. Abbott: No Laws I Signed Had Any Intersection With Shooting

"You talked about the rollback of any of the legislation that I signed this past session Let's be clear about one thing None of the laws that I signed this past session had any intersection with this crime at all No law that is not allowed him to get a gun The gun that he did get and so again there was nothing about the laws from this past session that has any relevancy to the crime that did occur here With regard to special session let me just say this and that is first of all all options are on the table Second most importantly to your point do we expect laws to come out of this devastating crime The answer is absolutely yes And there will be laws in multiple different subject areas For example I do fully expect to have every law that we pass in the aftermath of the Santa Fe shooting to be completely revisited and first we need to gain the information about exactly what happened at the school to find out the extent to which those laws were complied with to the extent that they were not complied with to find out what shortcomings allowed the city to occur And right there is what I said in the first hour which your Congress refuses to do Which your major media refused to do He wants to look at everything and anything Once we get the facts Schumer said no Waltman said no at the post My liberal friend who wrote me said no Guns That's it

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Joe Biden Blames the Uvalde Shooting on the Gun Lobby

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:33 min | 2 months ago

Joe Biden Blames the Uvalde Shooting on the Gun Lobby

"I try to understand the mindset of the thinking process that says some monster slaughters 19 children in an elementary school in Texas and it's the gun lobbies fault. I can not get there. I'm going to try. Let's listen to the president of the United States. As a nation, we have to ask, when in God's name, are we going to stand up to the gun lobby? When in God's name, we do we all know in our gut needs to be done is through 340 3448 days. Ten years since I stood up at a high school in Connecticut, a great school in Connecticut. Or another government massacred 26 people, including 21st graders at sandy hook elementary school. Since then, there have been over 900 incidents of gunfires reported on school grounds. Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school in Parkland, Florida. Santa Fe high school in Texas. Oxford high school in Michigan. The list goes on and on and on this grows. When it includes mass shootings at places like movie theaters, houses of worship, as we saw just ten days ago to grocery store in Buffalo, New York. I am sick and tired of it. We have to act.

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New Mexico fines 'Rust' for willful gun safety failures

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 4 months ago

New Mexico fines 'Rust' for willful gun safety failures

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Junior Legends of Their Era: Philip Francis and Rickie Fowler

Fore The People

01:11 min | 4 months ago

Junior Legends of Their Era: Philip Francis and Rickie Fowler

"You know who else was there was that was like an elite junior player Philip Francis. I remember seeing him thinking like this guy is national junior golf scoreboard numero uno and then Ricky, it was just like those two guys were Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson out there. They were. I remember stepping on the first T playing Ricky. I was dude. That's probably one of the most nervous first tea tea shots I've ever hit. And I step up on the T and I look around and there's probably 50 college coaches. I mean, no less than 50. And 49 of them were for Rickie Fowler. And then the chuck with chuck was over here. Let's go JP. They had the local juco guy out there for Petey just like he was close. He's like, I've never been in Rancho Santa Fe. I'm not allowed. I might as well go out here and we'll pretend I'm watching somebody. Yeah, Philip Francis. I just looked it up. Dude, he won. Phillip Francis won this, yeah. I would do that. You didn't even go to college. Didn't he turn pro like right after you went to multiple schools. Oh, he did. Oh, it's one of those. No, he committed to Oklahoma state and then he decommitted went to UCLA. Remember, Ricky committed to UCLA and then decommitted it with the Oklahoma

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Smylie Kaufman Reminisces About the 2006 Junior Amateur Championship

Fore The People

01:02 min | 4 months ago

Smylie Kaufman Reminisces About the 2006 Junior Amateur Championship

"What do you remember about the 2006 United States junior amateur? They're in Rancho Santa Fe. Man, I was 14. And you guys were about to go to school. It was me, you loop and rot. I think that's quite a practice round. You were already committed at 14. Was I? You had the head cover and this I had the head cover. I was basically committed. I don't think I committed to a couple of years later. But I just remember, I remember hauling out on the 9th hole on after round one, and then I think I missed a couple like one or two. And you made the cut for match play and played like Ricky, didn't you? That's a hell of a memory there, SK, yeah. I actually got through in a playoff for the last few spots in match play. And my reward for getting through the playoffs. The number one junior in all of the world, Rickie

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Sam Reinhart has 6th hat trick, Panthers beat Flyers 6-3

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 5 months ago

Sam Reinhart has 6th hat trick, Panthers beat Flyers 6-3

"Sam Reinhart recorded his sixth career hat trick in the Panthers fifth straight win six three over the flyers we have enough to go out there to to just kind of trust trust our system a little bit and simplify so we're having success at carver Hagee tally twice against his former team and Florida scored three power play goals to tie a season high Justin who would own Aaron Ekblad each set up four goals for the cats with uber breaking his own team record for assists Anthony Duclair also scored Alexander Barkov fe two helpers for Florida James van Riemsdyk Cammack concinna Travis connect me scored for the flyers who had won two in a row I'm Dave Ferrie

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Official: Alec Baldwin surrenders phone for shooting probe

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 7 months ago

Official: Alec Baldwin surrenders phone for shooting probe

"Authorities authorities in in New New Mexico Mexico now now have have what what they they feel feel is is a a key key bit bit of of evidence evidence and and the the fatal fatal accidental accidental shooting shooting on on the the set set of of the the movie movie rust rust it's it's been been nearly nearly three three months months and and cinematographer cinematographer Helena Helena Hutchins Hutchins was was shot shot to to death death and and about about a a month month since since authorities authorities in in Santa Santa Fe Fe ask ask for for Alec Alec Baldwin Baldwin cell cell phone phone they they now now finally finally have have it it it it was was turned turned over over this this past past weekend weekend and and investigators investigators hope hope information information on on it it might might yield yield some some clues clues about about the the case case Walden Walden was was an an actor actor and and co co producer producer of of the the movie movie which which is is now now on on hiatus hiatus a a search search warrant warrant for for the the phone phone sought sought text text messages messages photos photos videos videos calls calls and and other other information information related related to to the the movie movie Baldwin's Baldwin's lawyer lawyer says says the the actor actor has has cooperated cooperated with with authorities authorities from from the the get get go go and and the the delay delay in in getting getting the the phone phone to to them them should should not not suggest suggest otherwise otherwise I'm I'm Oscar Oscar wells wells Gabriel Gabriel

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New Mexico church official urges nuclear disarmament talks

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 7 months ago

New Mexico church official urges nuclear disarmament talks

"The the head head of of one one of of the the oldest oldest Roman Roman Catholic Catholic diocese diocese in in the the U. U. S. S. says says now now is is the the time time to to rejuvenate rejuvenate a a global global conversation conversation about about the the need need for for nuclear nuclear disarmament disarmament and and avoiding avoiding a a new new nuclear nuclear arms arms race race Santa Santa Fe Fe archbishop archbishop John John Wester Wester released released a a lengthy lengthy pastoral pastoral letter letter on on the the subject subject he he noted noted during during a a virtual virtual news news conference conference at at Los Los Alamos Alamos National National Laboratory Laboratory the the birthplace birthplace of of the the atomic atomic bomb bomb is is preparing preparing to to ramp ramp up up production production of of the the plutonium plutonium cores cores used used in in the the nation's nation's nuclear nuclear arsenal arsenal Wester Wester called called the the arms arms race race a a vicious vicious spiral spiral nuclear nuclear watchdog watchdog groups groups welcome welcome the the letter letter which which marks marks the the latest latest instance instance of of the the Catholic Catholic Church Church wading wading into into the the debate debate I'm I'm Walter Walter Ratliff Ratliff

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Sean Feucht Is Planning a Massive NYE Worship Event in Miami

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:13 min | 8 months ago

Sean Feucht Is Planning a Massive NYE Worship Event in Miami

"Border. Hey, folks I'm talking to my friend, Sean Foyt. Don't try to spell it, you'll get hurt. FE. It's German. Sean foy, listen, if you want to find you, they need to go to let us worship dot U.S.. We were just talking about Miami. Okay, where in Miami, December 31st, you're doing a bunch of stuff if they go to let us worship dot U.S.. But where in Miami is the New Year's Eve event, the worship event, three hours of it's actually in a parking lot, the exact address is at let us worship U.S. but we're setting up kind of like we've been doing for the last year, a giant stage, a huge setup in this church parking lot. And the weather is going to be beautiful and from 9 p.m. to midnight. We are going after it. It's going to be amazing. Kim walker, my good friend, Kim walker, Smith is with me. We have we're going to be doing part of this set in Spanish, of course, because we're in Miami. So that's going to be really fun. And you guys do not want to miss it. We have a surprise guest, a really big surprise guest, which I can't tell you who it is yet, but you don't want to miss it. Is it me? Because that would be a huge surprise because I haven't booked any

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"fe " Discussed on Native America Calling

Native America Calling

02:47 min | 10 months ago

"fe " Discussed on Native America Calling

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"fe " Discussed on Native America Calling

Native America Calling

03:58 min | 10 months ago

"fe " Discussed on Native America Calling

"It's hard to tell. A piece published in what's called the field journal, it's from the symphony in Flint hills in Kansas. And they did a special issue on the Santa Fe trail. And they have part of my work in that. So, you know, at least my view and the views of others has been incorporated into this journal. But I don't know how widespread it's been. I need to go back and look at some of the studies that have been done since I did the study. You know, kind of updated. And I plan to do that as I get to do so. But changing the way that the history is written is difficult. It's an ongoing struggle. And we need younger scholars to step up and carry on this effort to make history more accurate. And more inclusive of the people who are involved in it. And less bias ways. James for better or worse, I like so many Americans go to Wikipedia for a lot of my educational and historical information. And I did wiki the Santa Fe trail and it only mentions specific tribes in terms of how they violently resisted people who they considered trespassers. Do you know of anybody who expressed interest in editing that page to add more context to the Santa Fe trail from a native perspective? No, I don't. When I was asked to do this program, I was asked if there's any other scholars who I could recommend to share this program with the presentation. I couldn't think of any. It's just such an important part of history, but one it hasn't really attracted native scholarly attention to the degree that it should have. So you mentioned earlier James that the Santa Fe trail began in 1821 when and why did the Santa Fe trail cease to be used by travelers? It continued to be an important route of travel until 1880 when the attribute to peak and Santa Fe railroad was constructed linked eastern states with New Mexico territory. And it used to take several months for most caravans to make the trip. But with the U railroad, the travel was much faster. So the railroad is ultimately what ended the Santa Fe trail as it was known throughout the 1800s as this major thoroughfare for travelers for traders for settlers for Native American peoples as well. That's all the time we have for today's show. I want to thank my guest, doctor James writing in and also thank him for his scholarship on this very important historical issue affecting Native Americans of many, many different tribal backgrounds and communities, the Santa Fe trail. Join us tomorrow for a discussion about Major League Baseball and the World Series between Atlanta and Houston. The signature sporting event puts imagery on display that Native Americans have complained about for years. We'll also take your calls. This is.

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Native America Calling

08:01 min | 10 months ago

"fe " Discussed on Native America Calling

"That history of manifest destiny. Settlers obviously many of them stopped in New Mexico made homes in New Mexico, what other areas of the west were settlers traveling to via the Santa Fe trail? The Santa Fe trail went on through Santa Fe and to California. It went south into Mexico. So it became an important route that took expeditions, exploratory expeditions into California, the army of the west used the Santa Fe trail as it moved into New Mexico during the Mexican war in the 1840s. So it served as an important route for the expansionistic endeavors of the United States to the detriment of indigenous people. Now you mentioned earlier how you had driven that route where the Santa Fe trail once was. And I've driven that route number of times myself through the Midwest into New Mexico. And I think of interstate 40 that runs through parts of Oklahoma, the Texas Panhandle is how closely does modern day interstate 40 a line with what was once the Santa Fe trail? Yeah, having been raised in New Mexico a number of years when I was young. And New Mexico, now I Arizona for all these years I've traveled high 40 many times. But the trail was basically a north of I 40. The trail went from a general area of Kansas City, Missouri and a southwestern direction to the Oklahoma Panhandle, then through Las Vegas. My biggest provolone and then up to Santa Fe, then there was the lemon, which called the mountain rafter that right about the Oklahoma Panhandle. It went into Colorado. And then saw from there to rattle and pass down to my poor union was established in the 1850s and joined up with the other side of the trail. This is native America calling, we would love to hear from you today, call in at one 809 9 6 two 8 four 8. We're having a wonderful discussion today with doctor James riding in. You can also reach out on Facebook at native America calling or on Twitter at one 8 zero zero 9 9 native. We have to take a short break. We'll be right back. Life's an adventure, but your health shouldn't be. Check out open in Roman option, November 1 through January 15, contact your local Indian healthcare provider for more information, visit healthcare dot gov or call one 803 one 8 two 5 9 6 message from center for Medicare Medicaid service. Thanks for tuning in today. This is Native American calling. I'm Sean spruce. We're learning about one of the most influential routes in American history. The Santa Fe trail. It was a means for displacement of many tribes from Missouri to New Mexico. It was also a source of commerce and cultural interaction for other tribes. Join our conversation today, the number is one 800 9 9 6 two 8 four 8 that's one 809 9 native. And we have a caller on the line, Tom. He's in wounded knee, South Dakota, he's listening on Keeley. Tom, you're on the air. Don't scale. I like to say, how are you doing? My beautiful sacred people out there. My comment on this Santa Fe trail, it leads me to talk about the man who is talking about doctrine of discovery that is itself deceiving. Just like here in Lakota land, the doctrine of discovery is a dimensional two dimensional doctrine. Now, in our ways, Lakota, when you reach Lakota, that's sacred. And it's all around. It's like water. It's all around us. And it's not deceiving. Where we learn it through years and many, many, many generations are to the tongue. That language itself keeps our people alive. Whether the doctrine of discovery is a two dimensional doctrine, where you could deceiving just like our language today in the school systems. They teach them with a two dimensional method. Okay, here's a piece of paper, you say, how are you? Don't scale or any write it down. Well, along ago, I ancestors didn't do that. We learned it through ears. We learned that through our tongue and I have a grandfather that we have a grandfather that always told us about that doctrine of discovery. I'll always remember, that's just invading piece of paper that they threw at us. Well, with our tongue, was our language. That's what keeps us alive. And I believe that. But with this pandemic going on, my mother, she's an elder. She's always saying prey every morning and every night. So I do. I do, I pray for my people. Not to I pray for first, but the Santa Fe trail itself is just the same thing what we went to and all the goods in stock can be thrown in. But that's their ways. Tom, thank you for those comments. And I'd like to ask James, Tom just mentioned the doctrine of discovery. How does that play into the creation or how did it play into the creation of the Santa Fe trail James? Well, it's just part of a broader mentality that Europeans and their progeny white Americans had superior rights to indigenous peoples. And we have to keep in mind that the mindset cast India's as warlike vicious and inferior subhumans. And that was just the justification. I think maybe to sue the consciousness or give the facade of legitimacy to ruthless territorial expansion and the access of lands and resource and to gain access to lands of resources belong to other peoples. And it's still a part of U.S. well today. The Supreme Court has cited a doctrine of discovery in recent years to help deny India land claims. So it's still witnesses of foundation of federal Indian policy. So what the doctor does at says that Indians do not have ownership rights of the land with discovery the land passed from the hands of indigenous peoples to the discovery European nation. Which.

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Native America Calling

07:34 min | 10 months ago

"fe " Discussed on Native America Calling

"Too many do not have access to affordable high-speed Internet. That's why AARP fought for the emergency broadband benefit of federal program to help lower the cost of high-speed Internet for eligible households. Those who may have experienced financial setbacks during the pandemic or are struggling to get by may be eligible for a discount of up to $50 per month for high-speed Internet or up to $75 per month for households on tribal lands. Info at AARP dot org slash EB, AARP supports this show. You're listening to Native American calling. I'm Sean spruce. The start of the Santa Fe trail turns 200 this year. For about 80 years, it was the main route west for countless settlers. Today we're getting the native view of the Santa Fe trail that cut across lands occupied by kiowa Cheyenne pawnee arapaho and other tribes. What do you know about the Santa Fe trail? Give us a call, the number is one 800, 9 9 6 two 8 four 8. That's one 809 9 native, and we're talking with doctor James writing in and James we've spoken earlier about the trade in connecting tribes with European settlers. And I remember as a young young child growing up in New Mexico and speaking with my grandmother and she would explain to me, especially I remember going up to Taos Pueblo one time and noticing that the Taos people had very different styles than our southern Pueblo people. And they wore their hair differently and they dressed differently. And she explained to me then that Taos at one point was a major trading hub for Pueblo people and native peoples in that area. And you had a lot of southern plains tribes that would come and trade with its house. And because of that, some of those cultural styles and appearances, the tells people adapted. So I'm curious, what are different cultural exchanges that occurred amongst different Native American tribes because of this Santa Fe trail? Those relations existed as you mentioned before the Sinai trail. Various playing groups had trading relations with the problems of Pegasus, which show with right by but at a time when pay close was in decline. There was a great deal of trade at the existing between the planes Indians and the pueblos. And it tells us a major trade center that brought a lot of people into the area and even tell us and other problems would go on to the planes and hunt buffalo periodically. After the Pueblo involved, a number of to house moved on to the planes for a number of years. And I think that probably helps explain the difference in the dress and the way that the Taos people wore the heroin and brains like a lot of the planes people did. In those years. So it was a trade that continued even after the Santa Fe trail. And it was just a part of that history of indigenous peoples come together in both the conflict and peaceful relations. What were some of the goods that were traded on the Santa Fe trail? These were good that were brought from the United States and these goods could be anything like cloth manufactured goods. Just a whole assortment of types of trade goods. And it was a very lucrative business for white America. A lot of money was made, so that's why the trail prospered and it became such a huge factor. And bringing non Indians through Indian land was the prospect of making the money a lot of money was indeed made off of the trail. But in it was also a route to bring sellers into New Mexico as well. And as I mentioned earlier about Spain, one, not quite Americans into their territory, especially for trading purposes. And Mexico changed that policy to the detriment of landholdings. So the Mexican war broke out in the United States of justification for forcing Mexico to see the hazardous territory, which I should mention was still in the land India has never seen it as land. It was acquired with some establish through what's called a doctrine to discovery this notion that Europeans were culturally and had this superior religion Christianity. And just the European passing through land or coming to the tip of it or whatever and claiming that land on the behalf of its crown. And so it's a part of this history of Western European expansion competition between competing coordinations and oftentimes and they just people being caught up in those relationships and that history. Now, you mentioned the Spanish-American War in its influence with the trail. The Civil War also occurred around that same time frame was the Santa Fe trail, a factor in the Civil War? It had to do with expansion, U.S. expansion, slavery was a big issue. And the country was divided over whether new territories should be free or a slave. And so, you know, that came into play that dialog compromises were tried to work out to keep the union together. To try to limit a number or keep balance problem between the number of free and slave states. I think the major impact of the Civil War would be was that it opened up more travel along the side of the trail, into New Mexico because resources that the country had that could have been used to support expansion where used to support bloody Civil War, which resulted in the deaths of about 600 thousand Americans. Yes. I'm sorry, go ahead. No, go ahead..

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Native America Calling

04:53 min | 10 months ago

"fe " Discussed on Native America Calling

"Like pandemics too. So beyond just being a trade route with goods being exchanged was also an avenue for sickness in pandemic, apparently. Now, the trail ran through what is now the state of Missouri into what is now New Mexico, but initially there were multiple trade routes that connected those territories. Can you talk about those different routes? Yeah. These people had lived in that area since the beginning of time according to our traditions. And there was a great deal of contact between the various Indian nations trade networks that existed throughout the Americas. So it's very likely that there was already a route there that the indigenous peoples had. Previously in the trail started a group of ponies actually led out an individual by the name of I forget his name, but he became one of the first governors of governors and New Mexico under the U.S. and they let him across southern plains into New Mexico. So that's just an example showing the knowledge that indigenous peoples had of the land. And the way to get from one destination to another. Folks we're talking today with doctor James riding in or learning about the Santa Fe trail, and we really would love to get your comments. Give us a call. One 809 9 6 two 8 four 8. We'll get you on the air. James, you mentioned earlier that New Mexico was at one time and during the early years of the Santa Fe trail it was under rule of the Spanish crown. And at one point, the Spanish crown made it illegal for trade among Native Americans. How did that impact the trail? The Spain's influence was our presence was pretty much gone by the time that the trail started. And then it became Mexican territory. So Mexico was open to trade. With the United States. So Spain was pretty much out of the picture by then, but before then Spain was a typical European colonizer trying to control indigenous peoples lands, resources and. Managed to conquer the pueblos of New Mexico and keep them under critical and cultural subjugation a number of years, but it didn't have the power to extend its reach into the planes. In 1721, Spain, delegation into pawnee countries had tried to control upon these ponies sometimes rated New Mexico and also engaged in trade relations with New Mexico. So the parties responded to that the Visa expedition was to fight and to defeat that party and just send it back to New Mexico. So my interpretation of that is that the pawnees contacts with those and other new about the negative aspects of Spanish colonization that tends to resist conversion to take lands. And to subject indigenous people still, of course, policies and involuntary labor. Folks, if you have a comment for today's show, call in one 809 9 6 two 8 four 8. We're talking about the Santa Fe trail with doctor James riding in. You can also email at comments at native America calling dot.

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"fe " Discussed on Native America Calling

Native America Calling

07:41 min | 10 months ago

"fe " Discussed on Native America Calling

"And Prevention who support this show. Info at IP dot org or CDC dot gov slash coronavirus. Native voice one the Native American radio network. This is native America calling. I'm Sean spruce. An American history, perhaps no other established trade route had more influence than the Santa Fe trail. The nearly 900 mile link between Missouri, New Mexico could be considered the country's first major interstate highway, bringing loads of settlers to the southwest and beyond. If you're only introduction to the history of the Santa Fe trail, comes from old movies, are from many of the modern historical markers along the route. You might think tribes only connection to the trail were as relentless and violent aggressors to the lives and property of peaceful settlers, looking for a better life out west. But the true history ranges from displacement of established civilizations to a period of prosperity for some tribes. This year marks the 200th anniversary of the start of the Santa Fe trail. This hour will get a better view of what it meant for the many tribes in its path and its continuing legacy. And as always, we want to hear from you. Give us a call, the number is one 800 9 9 6 two 8 four 8. That's a one 809 9 native. Joining us today from Tempe, Arizona is doctor James writing in. He's the lead researcher and author of American Indians in the Santa Fe trail. Retired professor and founding member of the American Indian studies program at Arizona state university. He's pawnee. Welcome back to NEC James. Thank you. It's good to be back on air with you. James, I'd like to begin by asking you what inspired you to start your research on the Santa Fe trail. I began my research on the Santa Fe trail as I was doing my thesis and dissertation research back in the 1980s. And I wrote about the impact of the trail. Some of the impacts on the trail on people and pawnee confederacy. Then in around probably around 2009, 2010 I was contacted by the long distance trail program of the National Park Service to do an in depth study. On Indian relationships with the Santa Fe trail. And that project consisted of three separate components. One was an annotated heavily, which did about I looked at about 1500 sources and wrote blurbs on each of those as a part of that. And then the second part was a calendar contact this at all documented contact if I could come across between various Indian peoples and the Santa Fe trail. And that was very extensive and that the calendar of contact shows as your introduction mentioned that contact varied. It wasn't all warfare like. Historians often presented to be it's a very complex nuanced history. And then the third part was to write the impact right the impact of the trail on several different Indian nations. And I did it on my own people to play the comanches of the central planes and then to in the nations that had been removed from these Mississippi River to the wireless Mississippi River after the trail had already begun to function. And those were Shawnee and Delaware. Now, approximately when did the Santa Fe trail begin? It began in 1821 when an individual by the name of impact now. Traveled from Missouri to New Mexico and hopes of gaining trade relations with New Mexico at that time. It was a Spanish colony. And then the Mexican revolt occurred and Spain had tried to keep the U.S. out and for good reason. United States wherever went the citizens would move in and before you know it they were trying to take the land in which they often did. So you can understand why Spain tried to keep off the white Americans. But then Mexico had a policy of opening up trade. So that all happened in 1821 about the time back now entered in New Mexico. And it continued as an important, mostly a commercial trade route, and then as you mentioned in your introduction of bringing settlers into New Mexico. It began in earnest in 1822 and continued until Santa Fe the edges center peak in Santa Fe railroad came to a New Mexico, which made travel substantial leader easier for those who wanted to go back and forth between New Mexico and by which time New Mexico had become a territory of the United States. Now, there has not been a lot of research on the Santa Fe trail from a Native American perspective. Why is that, James? For one reason we have very few scholars. And there are so many issues to deal with. I think it's existed beyond a scope of 80 scholars. And my research, as I mentioned, has dealt with the pony confederacy in the pawnee people by and large. So the trail became a very important part of that relationship between the parties and the U.S. government and quite American citizens. And there was peaceful trade at times, but there was also some aspects of a very dark history. For example, in the early 1830s, a group of ponies had visited a caravan that was traveling along the trail. And when those pawnees got back to the pawnee homeland in central basket along the flat river, a smallpox epidemic broke out in the ponies attributed smallpox epidemic to gifts given to those individuals that were tainted with a smallpox virus. And that epidemic had a tremendous impact on the pawnee people. It killed about half of the population. And creates a lot of hardships.

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 Sheriff: Movie set showed 'some complacency' with weapons

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 10 months ago

Sheriff: Movie set showed 'some complacency' with weapons

"Investigators say there was some complacency and how weapons were handled last week on a movie set when actor Alec Baldwin accidentally shot two crew members one fatally I marches are a letter with the latest Santa Fe county sheriff adamant does assess testing is under way to determine whether the projectile taken from director Joe Sousa shoulder is the same one that killed cinematographer Colina Hutchins Mendoza says investigators are examining two other guns that were recovered from the set as well as five hundred rounds of ammunition we suspect that there was other live rounds that were found on the set I won't comment further on how they got there Mendoza says there is no film footage of the incident scent

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Advice for Alec Baldwin after the shooting tragedy on the set of 'Rust'

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 10 months ago

Advice for Alec Baldwin after the shooting tragedy on the set of 'Rust'

"Idea of what investigators have learned about the fatal shooting on the set of rust last week so far most of what we have learned officially has come from court papers to support warrants that were filed in the case in which Alec Baldwin accidentally kill the cinematographer on the movie rust but today the Santa Fe county sheriff's department and county district attorney got to meet with reporters and share what they've learned the DA Mary Carmack old wise tells the Associated Press that the probe is still in its early stages that suggests we will not be hearing any bombshell news such as whether criminal charges will be filed he says the investigation is nowhere near the point where decisions are being made about filing charges and that prosecutors will not act until the probe is complete meanwhile

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Alec Baldwin fatally shoots crew member with prop gun

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 10 months ago

Alec Baldwin fatally shoots crew member with prop gun

"Court records include new details on the shooting death of a cinematographer on the New Mexico set of Alec Baldwin's new movie a search warrant obtained by the Santa Fe county sheriff's office so they could document the scene says the gun was one of three that the film's armorer had said on a cart outside the wooden structure were seen was being filmed and that the assistant director who grabbed the gun from the cart handed the gun to Alec Baldwin without realizing the gun was loaded with live rounds cinematographer Elena Hutchins was fatally shot in the chest director Joel Souza who was standing behind her was wounded Baldwin says he's shocked and saddened by what he described as a tragic accident Adam Egypt Mortimer who worked with Hutchins on a twenty twenty action film arch enemy said she was a brilliant talent like she was smiled and she was like oh so you mean we're gonna shoot it European style I'm

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Sheriff: Baldwin fired prop gun that killed cinematographer

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 10 months ago

Sheriff: Baldwin fired prop gun that killed cinematographer

"Authorities are investigating a deadly incident involving actor Alec Baldwin Alec Baldwin was making a movie in New Mexico when he fired a prop gun killing the cinematographer and wounding the director say authorities Alec Baldwin spokesman says this was an accident involving the miss buyer of a prop gun with blanks Alec Baldwin reportedly was seen crying outside the sheriff's office but he didn't say anything to reporters a Santa Fe county sheriff's spokesman says detectives are investigating no immediate charges were filed I'm ready to fall lady

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Alec Baldwin Kills a Cinematographer on Set

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:36 min | 10 months ago

Alec Baldwin Kills a Cinematographer on Set

"We got to talk about Alec Baldwin. The tragedy of killing a cinematographer on this set of a movie called rust in New Mexico. How weird. How weird that on yesterday's Patreon. I ended the show by saying, and this was before the news had happened. I ended the show by saying, you know what? I want to do some shows next week on John Eric hexum and Brandon Lee, two actors who had killed on set with prop guns. I wish you would Patreon so you could have heard that. So eerie, I'll get those shows to you guys next week. But for now, we've got to try and figure out and make sense. What the hell happened was Baldwin? The Santa Fe sheriff's department confirmed that Thursday night, Alec Baldwin discharged the prop gun that killed the cinematographer, halyna Hutchins and injured the director Joel Souza on the set of this big western feature film on location in New Mexico. Hutchins was 42 years old. She died being transported to the hospital in Albuquerque. Sus 48 remains in a local hospital and his condition is going to be fine. It's unknown, but he ain't gonna die. And of course, they're saying mister Baldwin was questioned by investigators and released no arrests or charges have been filed. We've seen pictures of him and I'm sure you haven't been crying on cell phones bent over distraught. I'm not trying to make light of this. This is horrible. This is horrifying. I love Alec Baldwin as an actor. I hate his politics, but I love him as an

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Sheriff: Baldwin fired shot on movie set that killed woman

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 10 months ago

Sheriff: Baldwin fired shot on movie set that killed woman

"A famous actor has been involved in the deadly incident on a movie set in New Mexico what was supposed to be a routine day of filming for the western movie Restos turned tragic the movie's director of photography it's dead and director Joe Sousa was injured when they were shot by a prop gun discharged by actor Alec Baldwin it's unclear how the incident occurred authorities near Santa Fe are investigating the photo director identified as halo Hutchins was airlifted to a hospital where she died so that was taken to the ER at another hospital local news reports say Baldwin was seen at the sheriff's office in tears but reporters were unable to listen a comment from him Baldwin is listed as both star and producer of the movie production on it has been shut down I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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1 dead, 1 wounded after prop firearm discharged on "Rust" movie set

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 10 months ago

1 dead, 1 wounded after prop firearm discharged on "Rust" movie set

"A tragic incident on a movie set in New Mexico authorities near Santa Fe New Mexico say a woman is dead and a man injured after they were both shot by a prop fire arm on a movie set the woman aged forty two was airlifted to a hospital where she died the man also forty two was receiving emergency care at another hospital authorities did not identify either victim nor did they say whether they were actors or crew members the victims were working on the western movie rust directed by Joel Souza and produced by Alec Baldwin production on the movie now has been halted I'm

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A highlight from In the Rear-View Mirror

Does This Happen to You

02:24 min | 11 months ago

A highlight from In the Rear-View Mirror

"I've only ever owned one car. She was my first grownup purchase. After graduation it became quickly evident. That the scooter. I'd used zip around campus. Wasn't going to cut it on the streets of seattle. My dad helped me find her on e. bay. She was a used. Two thousand two hyundai santa fe with skin peppered and dense. She'd previously been involved in a rollover situation but her guts were unharmed while her previous owner wasn't thrilled at the thought of hanging onto an imperfect vehicle. I was poor and open to the idea. She costs seven thousand dollars. It was a fortune. Then let's be honest also now but she seemed worth it as she was sturdy. Safe and even trendy. If you squinted your eyes and allowed for creative liberties. I was bigger than still swollen with the possibilities of the lives. I might lead a wealthy novelist a stylish professor or quirky artist a journalist and actor or maybe a movie director but most of all a dancer. Fuck i wanted to be a dancer so badly in made my stomach hurt if i reflected on it too long as i couldn't possibly want something that much and not get it. I was certain everything would work out. I drove the santa fe. Too many exotic locations my retail jobs. My performing jobs might teaching jobs. My dance students thought she was cool. And everyone knows high-schoolers get to decide these things. I started a dance company. I piled costumes props and dancers into the santa fe and drove them to every show. I could book. my friends. were beginning to quit dance. Giving up the old dream for husbands and office jobs. I decided to be better than that. I was going to dance forever. I was probably going to drive the santa fe forever because there was no way i'd ever afford another car on what i was making foreshadowing. I hold onto

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Biden's Vaccine Mandate Spawns New GOP Fears: Finding and Keeping Workers

AP News Radio

01:04 min | 1 year ago

Biden's Vaccine Mandate Spawns New GOP Fears: Finding and Keeping Workers

"The president's executive order setting vaccine mandates for both public and private employers touches off a chorus of legal threats from GOP governors Florida governor Ron DeSantis spears massive job losses this order would result potentially and millions of Americans losing their jobs but Jonathan cherub the CEO of a company that runs a number of car dealerships in South Florida since two of his workers have died and a number of others had to leave the job because of long term effects of covert nineteen we need to get it under control we need to be able to go forward in our lives as we once know it at the la Fonda on the plaza hotel in Santa Fe New Mexico general manager Rick blight says eighty five percent of his staff of well more than one hundred people are vaccinated and the mandate will eliminate his concerns about guests who may or may not be vaccinated having my step after that is one thing and that's great and I'll be very happy about that but also knowing that a lot of people walking through our doors are working for bigger employers hopefully and also vaccinated I'm timid wire

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"fe " Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"fe " Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"I have drew mcintyre winning by pinfall. Seventy minute match time. Three unique weapons us. I have a quick question about that though Unique meeting outside of like table a chair or candlestick us titus on weapons used in general just types of women's us in general so a chair a considered one like you're saying they use to different chairs. It's still they only use one a chair. You know that that i understand. It's the the term unique kind of throws me off. Every time i see it. So i figured i'd ask because it's like twelve normally. Normally you use a chair or a table. Or the stair unique to me would be like kenny omega jon moxley and their plywood fucking barbed wire shit that not civic. It's everything so instead of if you ten shares one considered one okay. So that up sticking with three on the unique weapons. Hives shameless will be the first hit a kick finisher and a wrestler. Better fucking bleed waltz. Picks are no one to win this match fall type other matt time at fourteen minutes. Four unique weapon types shameless will be the first to hit a kick finisher and a wrestler will not bleed. I have drew mcintyre winning by pinfall. Thirteen minute match time. Six unique weapon types shameless will hit the first kick finisher and yes. A wrestler will bleed Nick i have through entire by pinball. I'm going. I'm going long. Twenty two minute match time Five five unique weapon type shameless to be the first to hit the kick blood. Many andrew galloway mcintyre winning biden for thirty minute match signed three unique weapon types chambers to hit the first kick finisher notable wrestler bleeding. All right all right up next sexual predator united states champion matt. Don't call me. Matt riddle is taking on mustafa. Don't bring in any fucking outside wrestlers that our oldest shit allie far the united states championship. I was against riddled. Defending is belt against ali reason. I say it'll be gotten bell is because i'm pretty sure keith. Lee dying golden or just has it Don't wanna fucking spoil that one. Although he has come on twitter saying he can't wait to talk about it so hopefully it's nothing major right. Let's give her. Well wishes to keithly lee more than likely i'm thinking it's just fucking covert. Otherwise i think keith lee would be your majesty's champion right now but riddle. Has it riddles defending against him stuff. Ali here are waltz picks. He has mustafa by penn. Five area moves. I scored near fall. Mustafa ali yes outside interference. I.

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"fe " Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"fe " Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"I can agree with that. Easy enough on next match inter-gender match alexa bliss vs randy orton. As we know that this is building towards the fiend vs randy to randy orton at wrestlemania. So wwf injured gender match on a pay per view is causing a lot of speculation. You know a lot of people are talking. Nick top about how you feel. This match is going to go away. Let me give a waltz. I he has alexa bliss. Twelve minute match time. Randy orton is going to hit. The first finisher fiend. Yes that does a fiend appear yes. And the ark. Ao attempts two and a half. He has under nick as far. You want me to talk about how what i feel like a match for yup. Yup i was a little surprised. Because of i watched raw and then you know i saw alexa bliss. Little promo all like you know. Stop me whatever you know. Randy orton has promo later on. And i. I didn't really think that they would do it. And honestly i didn't even know that they were having dinner gender match so i felt my card last night so We watch roll up. I'm okay with it i. I'm interested to see what they're gonna do. Because from what. I can recall. I don't really ever remember A match with this kind of serious tone and calbert to a between a man and a woman wrestler So it's gonna be interesting to see what they do for sure. I'm a little intrigued to say. Least so give me a picks. I have alexa bliss. Winning nine minute match time. Alexa will be the first to hit her. Finisher the fiend will not appear And over two and a half are gala dubs z. I.

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"fe " Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"fe " Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Santa Fe Happy Wednesday. Santa Fe seven minutes after one thes second day of September 82 degrees, blue skies for the most part Light winds. Nice day today forecast highs. 82 were there probably go around night 85 today. Miss humanity when a friend is 21% 82 degrees. Air quality is at 21, which is good in the green. Pretty darn good air quality around today. Get out. Enjoy the day. What I had visited the Globe. It's a nice day today. God is get some sunshine. Get some vitamin D opinion. Give you some balance tomorrow. 86 Sunny Friday. 86 Sunny Saturday 86 Sunny Sunday. 88 Sonny on Monday. Labor Day. 86 Sonny. My mind's move, but for some variety Tuesday 5 77 degrees 30% Chance of rain on September 13 fall colors. Here's 82 right now. Here's the plan. What? 30 Today we will speak with Jack Paisner. Santa Fe Independent Film Festival what they're gonna do. They got no theater to show the film. Well, they've got a plan. It's convalesce. Laurie MEREDITH, from like Mason Call Club at two o'clock today will preview this weekend's FedEx Cup final. Next. He starts on Friday Friday through Monday. Monday's Labor Day. And The U. S open, which is next week. That's it. 23 o'clock today. Race animal. Join us. We'll talk about Zozo, which is Friday.

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"fe " Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"fe " Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Good afternoon Santa Fe Happy Wednesday, another gorgeous day in the state capital. Love these days. Little bit of wind just moving the air around 91 right now probably get close to 95. It'll be hot. Lose guys. White puffy clouds Pretty day in Santa Fe 91 right now count on a high around 95 Today, it'll be hot, especially inside a vehicle. Leave everything at home. If you're going out tonight, nine clues, Grandma kids on the dogs. Tomorrow, the same Friday, the same 30 Sunday Monday Tuesday possibility of rain Come on, monsoons come back to us come back stronger right now, though, 91 mostly kind of Beautiful blue white puffy clouds guys a little bit of wind blowing about 15 miles and are busy show today. First half hours wide open. You want to call in chat about anything and find 505424 12 60 I will endeavor today is a busy show. If I can will give away $25 gift card to Joe's dining by the way, stop by Joe's last night had to pick up some stuff. And I picked up Margarita Pizza. Oh, my God. Actually tonight. I never do this. Maybe the first time I've ever done this in my life took a picture posted on Facebook. And as I said, the pizza would not make it out of the parking lot. And it didn't It didn't know I wolfed it down. I'm a pig. All right. It was so good..

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"fe " Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"fe " Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"In downtown Santa Fe we have the obelisk vandalized the mayor wanted to take it down did not come right down because of this the man vandalized we also have the India palace restaurant being vandalized not a good look not a good message it certainly isn't all right my heart goes out to India palace I mean terrible it it it just I mean that's an attack their livelihood on their business and it and what it represented was even uglier than the results of the attack so yeah my heart goes out to them and I hope we as a community when they get back in business for ensure that we if we haven't eaten there lately we ought to be going in there and supporting them and they've been supporting our community for years and yeah it is just a tragic thing to see and and and seeing happening here in Santa Fe somehow we feel we're immune to the sometimes but it I guess I guess we're not it nor not an end we want you know safe is not just say from covert safe is safe and and visitors are going to come here if they feel that there's issues that that that we're having as a community that that might make them feel either unsafe or uncomfortable so I hate to see it happening our guest is rainy rally convention executive director version one and when you when you talk about a spike I was gonna say everything is spiking except occupancy has struck I got the numbers from bay and it was just about twenty percent of the open hotels so yeah yeah it's really it's it's that's a hard pill to swallow we had on Adrian Perez last week from heritage hotels and resorts president H. H. and R. and they will start to reopen on June July the first and they're hiring so if people are looking for work and I strongly suggest you do now's a good time to look for work if you're on an on on employment and enjoying that six hundred dollars a week because that is going away at the end of July all right the math so you have ten thousand maybe have a couple thousand left are you handing those out on the plaza do you have people actually going down proactively with a handful of mass walking around the plaza and handing those out to people not wearing them and do business is down around the plaza have them out we we're trying to get them out and all the businesses that we possibly can I just send another notice out to all our hotels making sure that they know that they can get these mass for free and any business can stop by and pick up a box of five hundred mass anytime they want to make available to their their gas when we don't have somebody walking around handing them out right now just due to a shortage of staff we're still on the the furlough but but as we get into July and and are the furlough is reduced for tourism we certainly intend to to do that and that that's a good reminder out of order of best for them says you know if you need a mass you know that just ask and so we can but we'll get that going once wrote for awhile all right Randy just said they have boxes of five hundred maths for any business that wants them free at tourism Santa Fe inside the convention center so if you need them let me generate any individual who wants some I mean if you just have to fill out a form you have to promise you won't sell them because we can't have that happening but I mean I can I've got a box in the back of my car and I keep some on the seat next to me and if I see it if any of these panhandler out there with looking for money and they don't have a mascot I hand them up back of mass so I would say anybody who wants a box of these matters stop down and we'll be glad to help you we'll be right down to preside at the visitor center on San Francisco street seventy San Francisco street thank you for any pre shave time you bet I was a pleasure thanks for a clear fine everything around the math preaches or stay well wash your hands twenty minutes after one o'clock on a Tuesday afternoon come back and I will read you the statement from mayor Alan Webber how what happened it's easy in the palace restaurant the mayor will join us at two thirty today anything on.

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"fe " Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

05:22 min | 2 years ago

"fe " Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Of Santa Fe on C. R. C. later thirty five minutes after one o'clock been talking with business people week ten days about what it's like to re open how can we help you to get people back into your business today Andy Barnes have any Barnes joins us fallout from dinner for two Jeff how are you today happy Friday pretty good pretty good thank you for having me today absolutely all right tell people what dinner for two is those ignorant people out there never been there well delivered to it's a it's been in my family for nineteen years now be the nineteenth anniversary this weekend we opened in two thousand one what we do is we specialize in tableside dining and that we do if they're casual fine dining concept in you is we provide a nice dinner of steaks is what we do steaks and seafood and so at a good price and what our goals are to produce a nice meal at a reasonable price for for everybody that's acceptable where are you that's the key we are in a downtown where on the corner of west to San Francisco in Guadalupe you were on it right behind the building and the Eldorado well how old is that building it was built in the fifties we were just doing some research on it recently it was a fruit stand in the fifties it's it's a cool looking building now it is a leader it's it's interesting the history we looked into it and then that way originally was the building behind it started with fruits and and the property got annexing became so little thing in the collection of a long skinny shape the difference you know hello for quite some time and all right are you doing in restaurant dining on the patio dining to go dining and I guess if if your family or your your group you have to split up because only dinner for two I believe are probably the only restaurant in the world with a take the name literally we recommit your dinner we do drinkers many groups do you like how can you behind in a virtue is that it is more of an intimate setting its place somewhere you wanna come have your birthday or your anniversary or just you know the one eight years we've been nominated for the best the so that that's working for two comes in we did three million last probably we can rebuild some have L. hello Daniel it's been a really to really nice out there were just beautiful out there better than I would ever hope for well all right do you recommend people can drop by or call or make a reservation online are well I I think calling it is good to make a reservation you can also do it online their website at dinner for two and M. dot com or you can go to open table I do recommend you calling because we are at fifty percent occupancy rate for the CDC procedures and so therefore we can figure out a timing and all that it helps us out on our end to be able to make sure nobody has to wait too long for table downtown restaurant incredible dining place dinner for two chef Andy Barnes is our guest so chefs say on a Friday night in in early June during during this weird time what might be on the menu tonight well we have some new I am very into cocktails right now into feeling driven cocktails we have an apricot margaritas that is and tastic I have he has very blockage Rinker called the raspberry switches I have a banana tea drinks call the ones in her seat very good we also have a couple new judges to be happy white more a poblano on the menu which is one my current favorite things I absolutely love our signature dish is a flaming young that is crusted with cocoa coffee and garlic and then charge on a white hot grill and then covered with green Chile queso and topped with blue crab call the police could you throw one of those on right now I'm on my way my god that sounds good all that big it is amazing I mean I mean that's really all over the board seats or two and crab glad what is served with are we deal with a caramelized onion mashed potato when we deal with a lot looking back vessel again after your Manhattan now that really sounds good what kind I I do have a bit legendary sweet too do you have desserts of course we do we do one table side we do bananas foster DS will be flown B. at the flames go up the with the with the rum and the banana look cool or internal Werner ice cream is absolutely fantastic wonderful to well it all send fantastique it is dinner for two seventy Barnes our guest it is open for patio dining it is open for in restaurant dining fifty percent capacity and also to go still in indigo any.

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"fe " Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"fe " Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Of next week your full day today in Santa Fe right now the forty nine degrees kind of cool confirmation yeah we're gonna have an author very soon an author and professor in fact we're talk about the the overlapping of politics leadership the elections line full despot the overlapping of all of that and William Shakespeare we can learn a lot from the bar so we will have the the author professor on a very very soon not today but very soon all right it is what we are here twenty three minutes after one o'clock on a Thursday afternoon all right always happy to welcome in congressman Ben ray lu Han to the show congressman Ben ray lu Han from congressional district number three northern Mexico and here in Santa Fe and also the assistant speaker of the house congressman good afternoon Richard good afternoon I was an honor to be with you all right there are a million things we could talk about including a corona virus and in security in all kinds of other things that are going on in the nation's capital or not going on in the country but you wanted to talk about innovation legislation and this is perfect because we we talk about this a lot yesterday a new organization called Santa Fe innovates with you I just found that tells about the legislation absolutely well there are a lot of important issues going on right now it takes place all over the country including the corona virus and we just actually heard a report where there was I reported a case of corona virus of someone that didn't travel out in California so again with the warning from the CDC that this is something that I will happen not a matter of if but when across America and that's why it is members of Congress does speaker pollution leader Schumer laid out that it's critically important that any funds that Congress appropriates that they're not able to be transferred out and they must be so invested and spent on the corona virus inviting pictures disease vaccines must be affordable and available to all that the debt and the local governments must be reimbursed for costs incurred while insisting the federal response so we're gonna have to make sure we're working together in that space but as you said the you know in the area of innovation I'm really proud to have been working with different colleagues in organizations since I was elected to the Congress and this week we rolled out on the latest package that we put together in partnership with many others not only to invest in our national lab infrastructure but investing in the work force and with entrepreneurs down there a lot of great opportunities in high paying jobs across the Mexico including at our national labs and we need to make sure we have programs of that those jobs are filled by you Mexican and that the national labs are not returning from out of state from programs like coding and cybersecurity microelectronics healthcare services advanced manufacturing education and this package that we have promotes apprenticeship programs as well and while we know that our national labs are a great resource public libraries are also important to rural communities a third of US public libraries serve communities with populations less than twenty five hundred there's a reason why former New Mexico governor David cargo was adamant about making sure we have public libraries all across the state park.

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07:58 min | 2 years ago

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"Fe on the R. C. good afternoon Santa Fe and spaceport America were broadcasting live from spaceport America today which is in southern New Mexico it is out in the middle of no where it's out kind of between elephant Butte to N. white sands missile range in a giant valley enormous valley kind of bordered by Ted Turner's ranches is a vast expanse out here which is the whole point right we're talking we're gonna be here for the full three hour Dan Hicks will be by he's the guy that runs direction tires paper operations are committed one thirty we're gonna have Jason here from virgin galactic we'll talk about what they're up to and right now our guest is the head of airspace operations at spaceport America bill Gutman so bill can I ask you so you guys been launching you've wants three hundred and three rockets now in vertical launch operations up he has been up airspace has been one of your best customers correct most definitely and they're shooting off these twenty foot long rockets that are very thin I mean these are not these are not be too thick rockets are very very needle thin kind of rock Oscar are you aware did they tell you is a common knowledge is it proprietary what they're what they're testing what their experiments are about sure in in some cases the exact details are unknown to us but the general nature of all the payloads are known so for example in this lunch that they did on the twenty second the most important payload on board was an attitude control system the test for a future rock they're developing to fly to orbit so normally these these rockets are what we call spin stabilized they're made to spin that makes them go straight or just like we spend bullets to make a ghostwriter well that's highly desirable in the early parts of the flight but once it's in space that's undesirable because that would interfere with micro gravity experiments and so there's a system on the rocket to D. spin it okay so it slows it down almost stops the spinning okay so if they want to fly to orbit with a multi stage vehicle they need to be able to point space is all about precision you know its the satellite in the wrong orbit is useless and so you have to have it go exactly were supposed to so what they were testing was a dispenses them and then another system that would come in and complete all out the spin would precisely point the rocket to it as a particular destination and then spin it up again and then light a very small rocket just for testing overly that technology will be used in a in a multi stage rocket to ensure that it goes were supposed to how do you how do you do you spend without putting out little little films on the outside to slow it down okay so they don't do that so the that's correct they that wouldn't even work because this the spin takes place when it's outside the atmosphere so they do it the same way yeah my China let's they do it the same way that he figure skater spins upper spins down you extend some way to so you know the figure skater if you notice she will extend her arms when she wants to slow down she will bring the man when she wants to speed up so what they do is they have little yo yo like weights that they spent out on some cables and that's what actually slows down the spinner okay so all right so you do you do noted in in some pretty good detail what they're doing I so other people who are coming down and using the vertical on facilities here spaceport America to do testing yeah so we have a company called eggs service with let me let me backtrack just for a second UPS rocket is really fully operational they've they've been flying these now since two thousand six and so they actually carry commercial payloads usually through a NASA program these days but some of our other customers are developing their systems so a company called Exitos has been flying here now under the name exists now for over about a year and a half okay and they're still developing some of the details of their rocket the rocket is a little larger and it's liquid fuel rather than solid field but it's a gentler environment in terms of acceleration so it's more amenable to things like biological payloads the the up rocket it takes off with about fifteen Jeez of acceleration and it spins up and gives about thirty Jeez of centripetal acceleration because of the spinning so that's a pretty harsh environment if you were a person that would not be something you'd want to experience so the eggs those rocket on the other hand has a much gentler environment if it flies out at about three or three and a half Jeez and that's well within the range of human tolerance and K. so the future that will first of all the calendar for aerospace your spaceport America for twenty twenty because of me busy yeah so you know we're expecting this to be a big year coming up for virgin of other people talk about that later but we expect to have probably four eggs those lunches probably at least two space launches and we have a number of other commercial companies that we don't normally talk about by name that come out as well as a bunch of universities that fly but we can do that today we can talk about it my name today it well in some cases some wrote some of the little companies that we've we've flown with that we from the rock are you fairly flexible here if the if up says Hey we need do you have a time slot in it sometime in may we like to add a launch yeah so so we have to schedule our operations for the use of the space with white says missile range but we can do that we normally like to have about a month and a half of lead time for for a big ones like that now the up launches for example those actually land the rockets land on white says missile range so those are owed a greater scheduling difficulty than those which land within the spaceport those typically we can get the airspace on shorter notice okay so win galactic star supply of course everything is going to have to shift because the air space is going to be being used for them and as they ramp up their operations in the get fully in operation with more space ships and maybe another mother ship in more than the space turn something really starts to ramp up is that going to curtail or in vertical launcher I'd I think the vertical lunches is going to be very much compatible because even we we typically have a a two hour window or sometimes even only an hour and a half for one of our vertical launches and you know even if virgin were to fly say twice in a day's time right those the mission windows are are only going to be an hour and a half to two hours and so I think we are going to have plenty of opportunities to continue to fly vertical payloads I had okay yeah I I assume would want virgin ramped up than the than the than the vertical thing was gone are you going to be able will you be doing the telemetry and the tracking of the radar and all of that for virgin or will that still be white sands so most of our customers either by the service from white says missile range or do it themselves and virgin is planning to do that themselves yes so they will be doing that they're developing all the required technology things to make that happen so they'll be putting in a radar and all the tracking are not a radar I don't think they expected need a radar track because it's a piloted vehicle if they will be doing they will be doing telemetry they will want to monitor the health of the engine and all the kinds of things that you know typically you want to know about when you're firing a rocket right all right billion fascinating stuff thank you very much are you may come back later in the show and we'll talk about about the stem opportunities as well correct that's correct all right thank you bill Goodman's been our guest kicking us off here at spaceport America will be here in till four o'clock today came down the spaceport because Hey you have scheduled for tomorrow to do the show down in Los crucis as part of the ana H. eight institute conference on childhood trauma so I thought well why do because one show and maybe we can do two shows of the trip so with the spaceport today and will be in Los crucis tomorrow and do the ana eighty eight institute and Carly different thing but also very very important content so it's based more today take a break in or come back and we're going to visit with.

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01:35 min | 3 years ago

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"Dinner and a show on a weekend or agree we can experience for happy hour. with a couple of top buys you can do the best. and fight all on canyon road. come by on the weekends and say hello this is reset the K. all comes out of a flamingo. see you in a fight all all a. Richard show voice of Santa Fe on the R. C.. all right are just be. we're talking about the online program that the rolled out. and I agree with that good it is it is unusual you know that a court is going to roll out something like this take the initiative the end of eighty and then come of the online program but the idea I hope the idea anyway judge is to kind of free up yourself and other judges of the court rooms we have the clerk free up the resources.

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04:19 min | 3 years ago

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"And welcome to the Santa Fe home town I guess that makes me and just what is a project well it's actually just one year out of context they say is everything so whatever you're the project explores I always present the music at the time and little bits of news movie ATVs memories of that one year just a few hours it's almost like being there and then there's one or two mostly to tales of life in Santa Fe in that one one year in the life of my hometown Santa Fe New Mexico USA and for this week's project I selected the next one year for the past nineteen sixty two we put man in space the missiles out of Cuba the silent generations and call it yeah others call it Camelot and in Santa Fe nineteen sixty two it was dirty politics is the prison escapes there and one naked lady in the city jail welcome to nineteen sixty two go surfing now but is there now and now and how there's and now now out of the atomic war came the perfect man the humanoids man's own creation physically and mentally perfect created to serve their master and women what good man compete with his creation the perfect man you will have that that machine I love he dedicated to keeping me happy and I am happy man created by man becomes man's worst enemy you must see it to believe it the creation of a humanoid.

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01:32 min | 3 years ago

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"My friend was telling me about how you years ago, the pilots in their home pros and broke didn't have water for days. That sounds terrible. That's the worst. I also said that are plumbers like going to fix problems like that to help people in Santa Fe. Good job. Caitlyn are plumbers care more about the people of Santa Fe than those other guys who drive up from Albuquerque and don't actually live here. And you know, what the call never bothered are plumbers anyway, call Keiko drain works at four two four nine one nine one our family take care of your family. Join us on brave space every Saturday morning at nine AM on talk twelve sixty AM and one zero three point seven FM where women those born is women those identify as women and those who support women, we'll save them in the ideas. Inspirations and reflections that are shaping. I will today come on into the Braves space where we break it down together. This is Richard show voice of Santa Fe on J T R C. Santa Fe's news on leader. Little dome. Good afternoon. Sanford happy Friday afternoon. Partly partly cloudy skies right now in the state capital. Forty eight degrees.

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